DJ Kent all the way from RSA, personally i think his the best DJ down here in terms of how he can manipulate instrumentals, acapellas & samples...his style is growing on me but i don't wanna develop the skill his been mastering, down here in South Africa everyone knows his style
Check his live gigs on youtube and his Ultimix@6 sets
I really like to watch Laidback Luke because I can associate with his style of music and I like how technical he can get on a group of CDJs.
I have always liked A-Trak as a DJ but I never really thought about getting into his league of djing. I'll have to give him a watch/listen.
I'm definitely not a fan of the music he chooses to play these days but A-Trak's technical skills are pretty hard to beat.
Laidback Luke !
Just watched LBL on DJSounds he was on about a week ago. He still has the ability to put together a crazy set without playing his bullshit pop songs! Also, Eric Morillo is pretty fun to watch, along with Chuckie but there isn't much videos of him mixing for long periods of time. Also Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano!
Confidence, and hard work is the key to success in anything. DJF Battle Record: 4-3
But like you said, he can be, and still is, on point when he wants to. Popularity might be getting to him? I dunno.